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"We're evaluating whether an investigational cream is safe and effective in people with eczema 12 and older"
Age: 12 +
Keywords: Atopic dermatitis, Eczema
Type: Phase 2, Drug Study
We are looking for teenagers and adults with mild-to-moderate eczema to take part in a clinical research study. The goal of this study is to understand how safe and effective an investigational cream applied to the skin is.

Currently, there are a few different types of creams for eczema. One of the most prescribed medications are topical (applied to the skin) corticosteroids, or just “steroids”. Steroid creams carry serious side effects limiting continuous use. Recently, a few non-steroid options came on the market but development of medicines with novel mechanism of actions are still needed.

The study medication, called Q301 Cream, contains a drug (zileuton). Previous research showed that Q301cream improved itchiness and redness in people with eczema.

This study takes place at the Center For Dermatology in Fremont. Board Certified Dermatologists evaluate and care for all research participants. You will receive study medication and study evaluations at no cost, and compensation for your time may be available.
This study requires
  • There are 7 visits over a period of approximately 10 weeks.

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Who can participate
  • Adolescents and adults 12 and older
  • Have mild-to-moderate eczema

Other eligibility criteria will be determined during the initial clinic visit.

- Adults will receive up to $350 for participation.
- Adolescents will receive up to $700 for participation.
Study duration and period
7 visits over a period of approximately 10 weeks
Center For Dermatology Clinical Research
2557 Mowry Avenue
Suite 21
Fremont, CA 94538

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